Household Essentials Tabletop Sleeve Ironing Board with Steel Top

December 10, 2013 - Comment

This little board is precision’s dream. Perfect for touch-ups and those sometimes-difficult sleeves, the steel top board pops in moments to make any press job suddenly flawless; with its tapered head and slim design, no garment is too unwieldy. The perfect companion to the classic ironing board, its flat folding legs and a compact form

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This little board is precision’s dream. Perfect for touch-ups and those sometimes-difficult sleeves, the steel top board pops in moments to make any press job suddenly flawless; with its tapered head and slim design, no garment is too unwieldy. The perfect companion to the classic ironing board, its flat folding legs and a compact form fit nearly anywhere—making it your ideal ironing secret weapon. Use it at home, in the dorm, or take it for travel, and stay perfectly pressed wherever you are. Item #120001.

Product Features

  • Legs fold flat for space saving storage
  • Cover and foam pad installed
  • No scuff leg caps
  • Ideal for pressing sleeves or quick touch-ups
  • 20.75 in. L x 5 in. W x 5.375 in. H Household Essentials offers a full variety of Table Top Boards to fit a wide range of consumer demands. Household Essentials offer the best choice and value.

Comments

Stephen J. Borowski "(yeah, I do my own shirts!)" says:

Good design, poorly constructed I bought one of these about a year ago – not from Amazon, but from a local JoAnn Fabrics outlet. I used this item exclusively to press the sleeves of mens’ dress shirts – 100% cotton, which calls for lots of steam and high ironing temperatures. At first, everything was fine. The metal frame is well-made and it folds nicely, and the padding and cover are also very substantial. But after several months, the ironing surface – which is made of particle board – began to lose its rigidity and to bend downward from a point roughly one-third of the way in from the narrow end of the board. Today it snapped in two at that point. An examination of the break reveals that the particle board ironing surface is completely unfinished or sealed in any way I could see, its only protection from steam and moisture being some contact paper applied over its surface. This product is probably good enough for low volume, light duty low steam ironing, but it is not up to snuff for the high-heat, high steam and…

JanL says:

Poor quality I’ve purchased two of these….should have learned the first time. Both of them broke in the exact same spot. The particle board just cannot handle any sort of pressure and easily snaps. I will NOT be buying this kind of sleeve board again.

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